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Well, it looks like you can add underwear to the long list of Starfleet-approved uniform options.

Plus, these TNG Uniform Panties come in a 3-Pack. After all, a good officer should be familiar with the duties of each division on her ship.

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We believe a member of Starfleet should stay in uniform and only carry approved accessories at all times. In addition to these new Star Trek TNG Uniform Messenger Bags, options include:

TNG Cardigans
TNG Loungers
TNG Boot Slippers
TNG Ties
TNG Dresses
TNG Hoodies
TNG Pajamas
TNG Socks


tng loungers

As you may or may not know, the crew of Star Trek: TNG began their run wearing spandex jumpsuits. Apparently, they were incredibly uncomfortable. Perhaps things would have been better if they went straight to loungers made of 100% polyester brushed fleece.

These TNG loungers feature a hood and ribbed cuffs on the arms and legs. There isn’t a butt-flap or footies, but the latter problem could be easily solved with a pair of TNG boot slippers.

As for the butt-flap issue, you’ll need to deal with that the hard way unless you’re supremely lazy and opt for the space diaper option.

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Etsy shop HardResols uses recycled computer circuit boards to create unique necklaces based on a variety of fandoms. Each pendant is cut, sanded, polished, and protected in resin by hand.

For computer geeks like me, this is the best way to combining everything I love into jewelry. In this collection, there are symbols from sci-fi and video games like Batman, Star Wars, Star Trek, Super Mario, Assassin’s Creed, and Zelda.

Check them all out after the break.

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Can you picture Picard wearing these Star Trek TNG Uniform Boot Slippers? Let’s find out what that would look like…

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Looks like Kirk and Spock ended up in the 18th century. They appeared on everything from wallpaper to teapots in affluent French homes.

The pattern can also be had on a tote bag, though you’ll have to make a special request from ToBoldlyHold.

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The Millennium Falcon, the USS Enterprise or Serenity–which ship do you think would win in a race? Sure, the Falcon made the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs, and the Enterprise has that powerful warp drive, but Serenity has a few sly tricks up her sleeve too (Crazy Ivan, anyone?), so it’s really up in the air (or in space).

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Star Trek TNG cardigans are definitely hot right now. We featured similar designs previously and Her Universe just came out with their own version. However, ThinkGeek has gone the extra mile with a complete set that’s unisex and slightly more affordable.

These 5-button, v-neck sweaters feature combadges embroidered in place so you can’t lose them. Choose Sciences Blue, Command Red, or Operations Gold. We could totally see Dr. Crusher adopting this as part of her uniform for when she wasn’t seeing patients. Couldn’t you?

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her universe sdcc

The folks at Her Universe just revealed a gorgeous array of new items that will debut at SDCC. Marvel fashions include an Agent Carter t-shirt, a gorgeous Lady Thor T-shirt, and an Iron-Man dress with a glow in the dark arc reactor. There’s also a stunning Star Trek Deanna Troi dress and a new Spirited Away kimono top designed by Karen Hallion.

If you’ll be at SDCC, you can pick up the new items from two different booths. Star Wars merchandise will be at the Lucasfilm Pavilion (#2913Q) and a second Her Universe boutique (#1317) will have fashions from Marvel, Star Trek, Studio Ghibli, and more.

See pictures of the new designs along with a full press release after the break.

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If there were biker gangs in Star Trek, then the Klingons would be the scariest of the lot. This denim jacket makes you an honorary member of the Sons of Stovokor.

This jacket features the emblem of the Klingon Empire embroidered on the chest with a back patch which reads “Onward to Sto-vo-kor” in transliterated Klingon characters (well, technically “Sthovoqor” – it’s like a Klingon with a slight speech impediment said it – maybe as the result of a jaw broken in battle?) on the top and “It is a good day to die” in tlhIngan Hol beneath a Klingon skull and crossed bat’leths. This design is a ThinkGeek exclusive. The black denim is 100% cotton. Machine wash cold, inside out. Dry flat. Do not put in dryer. Imported.

Today is definitely a good day…to ride.

See more pictures after the break.

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